First EU country to lock down unvaccinated hit by mass protests

Posted On: Jan 24, 2022   |   Posted By: RT

First EU country to lock down unvaccinated hit by mass protests

Tens of thousands of demonstrators marched through the streets of Austria's capital, Vienna, protesting against Covid-19 restrictions and the nationwide vaccination mandate.
Over 40,000 protesters against the Austrian government's coronavirus policies took to the streets of Vienna on Saturday, according to the police estimate s. Police reinforcements were brought in from other regions to the capital in anticipation of potential unrest, with a total of 27 rallies planned for Saturday, the majority of them against the vaccination mandate.
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Minor clashes broke out between the demonstrators and police, resulting in several arrests. Police reported that anti-mandate protesters hurled flares at officers, and that pepper spray was deployed. Multiple protesters were...

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